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Journalists Collection

Background imageJournalists Collection: HMS Courageous, British battlecruiser, WW1

HMS Courageous, British battlecruiser, WW1
HMS Courageous, British battlecruiser, launched 1916, served during the latter part of the First World War, converted to use as an aircraft carrier during the late 1920s

Background imageJournalists Collection: The Sketch front cover, 1957

The Sketch front cover, 1957
A model stalks up and down a catwalk in the latest fashions for 1957, watched by a front row of elegant fashion buyers and journalists

Background imageJournalists Collection: Journalists Type Copy

Journalists Type Copy
Journalists at the Daily Mail type up copy

Background imageJournalists Collection: Abdication crisis, Herman Rogers talking to a journalist

Abdication crisis, Herman Rogers talking to a journalist
Herman Rogers, close friends of Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII, pictured talking to a journalist across the gate at the Villa Lou Viei, Cannes

Background imageJournalists Collection: Douglas Straight, Lawyer and MP, studio portrait

Douglas Straight, Lawyer and MP, studio portrait
Douglas Straight, lawyer, journalist and MP (1844-1914) studio portrait with signature. From an article, Journals and Journalists of Today'

Background imageJournalists Collection: Eve Curie

Eve Curie Labouisse (1904-2007) was a French and American writer, journalist and pianist. She fled to Britain in 1940 when the Germans occupied France. Date: circa 1940

Background imageJournalists Collection: James Jennings

James Jennings, assistant editor of The Tatler for many years, now retiring. Date: 1940

Background imageJournalists Collection: Ethel Mannin

Ethel Mannin (1900-1984), novelist, travel writer and journalist. This photograph appeared in an exhibition by the photographer Paul Tanqueray (1905-1991). Date: circa 1939

Background imageJournalists Collection: Caricature illustration of chaotic scenes with crew, captain, journalists and photographer

Caricature illustration of chaotic scenes with crew, captain, journalists and photographer, with Dreadnought airship. Captioned

Background imageJournalists Collection: Oct17 Charles Peter Editor Girls Own Paper Death

Oct17 Charles Peter Editor Girls Own Paper Death
oct17, charles, peter, editor, girls, own, paper, death, memoriam, portrait, portraits, journalism, journalists, 11938726

Background imageJournalists Collection: Staff at work, office of Daily Worker newspaper, London

Staff at work, office of Daily Worker newspaper, London
Staff at work in the office of the Daily Worker newspaper, 75 Farringdon Road, London. Seated are Rose Smith, Sam Russell, Monty Meth and (by the window) Ben Francis

Background imageJournalists Collection: Allan Boesak speaking at NUJ

Allan Boesak speaking at NUJ
Allan Boesak, South African cleric and politician, stands at a podium making a speech to the National Union of Journalists in Central Hall, Westminster, London

Background imageJournalists Collection: Tariq Ali speaking under an NUJ banner

Tariq Ali speaking under an NUJ banner
Tariq Ali (b 1943), British Pakistani historian, novelist, filmmaker, political campaigner and commentator. Seen here speaking under a National Union of Journalists (NUJ) banner. Date: 1991

Background imageJournalists Collection: George Robert Sims (1847 - 1922), journalist, writer and publisher

George Robert Sims (1847 - 1922), journalist, writer and publisher, pictured in the study of his home in Clarence Terrace, Regents Park, part of a long-running series in The Tatler

Background imageJournalists Collection: Midnight Dress Parade Party

Midnight Dress Parade Party
A Midnight Dress Parade party, a new society amusement in 1933. The group admiring a mannequin modelling a white evening dress include a number of important figures in the world of fashion and design

Background imageJournalists Collection: MUCK-RAKING JOURNALISTS

MUCK-RAKING JOURNALISTS
Cartoon satirising the muck- raking of sensational journalism Date: 1906

Background imageJournalists Collection: DEMO IN GENEVA 1936

DEMO IN GENEVA 1936
Italian journalists being thrown out of the League Palace at Geneva, following a protest against Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, whom they called Slaver, etc. Date: 30 June 1936

Background imageJournalists Collection: Laker DC-10

Laker DC-10
One of the two Laker Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-10, disembarking journalists, schoolchildren and travel agents after a demonstration flight to Berlin-Tempelhof airport

Background imageJournalists Collection: Journalists awaiting Lord Roberts, Kroonstadt, South Africa

Journalists awaiting Lord Roberts, Kroonstadt, South Africa
Journalists waiting for the arrival of Lord Roberts, Kroonstadt, South Africa, during the Second Boer War. Date: 1901

Background imageJournalists Collection: WW1 - US Journalists in front of Ruined Castle of Ham, Somme

WW1 - US Journalists in front of Ruined Castle of Ham, Somme
WW1 - American Journalist Mission in front of Ruined Castle of Ham, Somme - dynatied by the Germans in 1917. Date: circa 1918

Background imageJournalists Collection: Chinese noble transportated in palanquin at the

Chinese noble transportated in palanquin at the times of the Qing Dynasty. Illustration in travel magazine El viagero ilustrado (The Illustrated traveler). Year 3. No. 7. April 15, 1880. Engraving

Background imageJournalists Collection: Suzy Menkes - editor of Cambridge Varsity magazine

Suzy Menkes - editor of Cambridge Varsity magazine
Suzy Menkes (born 1943), British journalist and lead fashion writer for the International Herald Tribune since 1988. Pictured here at the age of 22 as a third-year student at Newnham College

Background imageJournalists Collection: William Beach Thomas

William Beach Thomas, KBE, (22 May 1868 12 May 1957), British author and journalist known for his work as a war correspondent during World War I and for his writings about nature and country life

Background imageJournalists Collection: Edward Huskinson, editor of The Tatler magazine

Edward Huskinson, editor of The Tatler magazine
A photograph of Edward (Teddy) Peter Huskinson (1877-1940), editor of The Tatler from 1908 to 1940. His career began as a political cartoonist of the Conservative party before he became a journalist

Background imageJournalists Collection: Bruce Ingram by John St Helier Lander

Bruce Ingram by John St Helier Lander
Sir Bruce Stirling Ingram OBE MC (1877 - 1963), journalist and newspaper editor. The grandson of the papers founder, Herbert Ingram, he edited the Illustrated London News from 1900 to 1963

Background imageJournalists Collection: Mr W. T. Maud, war correspondent for The Graphic

Mr W. T. Maud, war correspondent for The Graphic
W. T. Maud, war correspondent and artist for The Graphic, pictured at the time of the Second Boer War. 1899

Background imageJournalists Collection: Mr Henry H. S. Pearse of the Daily News

Mr Henry H. S. Pearse of the Daily News
Mr Henry H. S. Pearse, war correspondent for the Daily News during the Second Boer War. Date: 1899

Background imageJournalists Collection: Mr Bennet Burleigh of the Daily Telegraph

Mr Bennet Burleigh of the Daily Telegraph
Bennet Burleigh(c.1840-1914), war correspondent for The Daily Telegraph. Date: 1899

Background imageJournalists Collection: Sphere artist, Donald Macpherson at Luxor, 1924

Sphere artist, Donald Macpherson at Luxor, 1924
Donald Macpherson, special artist for The Sphere, pictured at Luxor where he had been following the work in Tutankhamens tomb

Background imageJournalists Collection: A. Wallis Myers - tennis journalist

A. Wallis Myers - tennis journalist
Arthur Wallis Myers CBE (24 July 1878 17 June 1939), English tennis correspondent, editor, author and player. He is considered to be one of the leading tennis journalists of the first half of

Background imageJournalists Collection: Press photographers, Trinity College, Cambridge University

Press photographers, Trinity College, Cambridge University
Press photographers at Trinity College, Cambridge University, at the time that Prince Charles became a student there. Date: 1967

Background imageJournalists Collection: Irish Fashion Show 1960

Irish Fashion Show 1960
Leisure Wear Show at the Irish Export Centre: Model in a black shirt by Dorothy Pinnock, coffee handknitted tunic by Kennedy of Ardara & black skirt by Cater Platt. Date: 24 May 1960

Background imageJournalists Collection: WW1 - Journalists greeted by German shells at Reims

WW1 - Journalists greeted by German shells at Reims
Journalists (chosen by the French government) are greeted by German shells at Reims! Date: 1915

Background imageJournalists Collection: What People Are Wearing - Jillian Robertson

What People Are Wearing - Jillian Robertson
The Australian journalist Jillian Robertson wearing a saffron Buddhist robe she bought in Saigon where she was reporting on the war in Vietnam. Date: 1966

Background imageJournalists Collection: Cosmonaut Major Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, 1934-1968

Cosmonaut Major Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, 1934-1968
Russian cosmonaut Major Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (1934-1968 ). Date: 1961

Background imageJournalists Collection: An Unconfirmed Report states - Rumours, H. M. Bateman, WW1

An Unconfirmed Report states - Rumours, H. M. Bateman, WW1
" An unconfirmed report states - Rumour." This Bateman cartoon warns the readers against passing on potentially important information during wartime to friends

Background imageJournalists Collection: Mr Scotland Liddell, Sphere correspondent on Russian Front

Mr Scotland Liddell, Sphere correspondent on Russian Front
Portrait of Robert Scotland Liddell, special correspondent for The Sphere magazine during the First World War, pictured with a Red Cross nurse

Background imageJournalists Collection: ALARCON Y ARIZA, Pedro Antonio de (1833-1891). Spanish

ALARCON Y ARIZA, Pedro Antonio de (1833-1891). Spanish poet, novelist and journalist. Engraving

Background imageJournalists Collection: Chinese court with the judicial power exercised

Chinese court with the judicial power exercised by a mandarin at the time of the Qing Dynasty. Illustration in travel magazine El viagero ilustrado (The Illustrated traveler). Year 3. No. 7

Background imageJournalists Collection: ARBOLEDA Y POMBO, Sergio (1822 - 1888). Colombian

ARBOLEDA Y POMBO, Sergio (1822 - 1888). Colombian journalist and politician of the Conservative Party. Oil

Background imageJournalists Collection: H. Warner Allen, war correspondent, WW1

H. Warner Allen, war correspondent, WW1
Mr. H. Warner Allen, special correspondent for The Morning Post and Daily News during the First World War. For about a year he was the sole representative of the British Press with the French forces

Background imageJournalists Collection: Sir Philip Gibbs

Sir Philip Gibbs
SIR PHILIP GIBBS (1877 - 1962). Journalist whose outspoken reporting from the front in WW1 got him into trouble : first journalist to interview the Pope. War historian

Background imageJournalists Collection: Percival Phillips

Percival Phillips (1877-1937), American born journalist and war correspondent, working for the Daily Express during the First World War

Background imageJournalists Collection: Reporters writing up their stories at the Daily Chronicle

Reporters writing up their stories at the Daily Chronicle
Reporters just back from public functions, meetings, fires, accidents and so forth are seen transcribing their copy for press at the offices of the Daily Chronicle

Background imageJournalists Collection: Richard King, writer for The Tatler

Richard King, writer for The Tatler
Richard King, who wrote the weekly column, With Silent Friends, in The Tatler magazine. Pictured in the magazine at the time a selection of his writings were being published by Jordan Gaskell with

Background imageJournalists Collection: Olivia Maitland Davidson

Olivia Maitland Davidson, writer and journalist, specifically author of Letters of Eve, the Tatler magazines weekly gossip column

Background imageJournalists Collection: Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett writing a despatch, Dardanelles, WW1

Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett writing a despatch, Dardanelles, WW1
Ellis Ashmead-Barlett (1881-1931), British war correspondent, pictured at his typewriter resting on ammunition boxes after the landing at Anafarta, writing a despatch

Background imageJournalists Collection: E. H. Shepard & Bruce Ingram, Royal Garrison Artillery, WW1

E. H. Shepard & Bruce Ingram, Royal Garrison Artillery, WW1
Some officers of the Royal Garrison Artillery, self-styled The Press Gang. Standing left to right is Sec.-Lieutenant E. H. Shepard of Punch (best-known for drawing Winnie-the-Pooh), Sec. Lieut. D. C



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